Supporting women returning to work
Women who have left the workforce are no longer looking for jobs – CNBC. According to an HBR study, women don’t apply for a job unless they feel they are 100% qualified for it. The longer women stay out of work, the harder it will get for them to return (Guardian); therefore, measures must be taken to mitigate long-term gender inequality effects on the workforce; already present and accelerated by the pandemic.
In 2020, women earned 82% of what men earned for similar positions, requiring an extra 42 days of work to fill the wage gap. To re-vitalize the women workforce, incentives have to be given to attract talent, while providing WFH, better bonuses, healthcare, and childcare packages.
The labor crisis is here to stay well till the third quarter of the year (Glassdoor), with many women missing from workforce as well. A current 15-year high talent shortage (ManpowerGroup Survey) requires the recruitment issue to be addressed by expanding to a global talent pool. Diversity and flexibility at work are innate to a Co-sourcing model, which also offers talent from various geographies.
Premier BPO envisions a healthy work environment, where women in the workforce are equally represented as men. A seasoned partner like Premier BPO can get a team of highly skilled and trained professionals suited to your business niche. We provide customized consultancy to every client, right-shoring their program to the optimum location. Our Culture and values are based on diversity, empathy, quality, and teamwork. Learn more about our work ethic at our about us page.